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Daimidaler

Review: Is “Daimidaler” Giant Robot Action or Offensive Sexual Culture?

by Chad Boninon April 27, 2016
Turning lust and love into power and energy would allow the Internet to power itself and the rest of the world, but for the warriors of Daimidaler, it’s the only thing allowing them to power their giant robots against the forces of evil. In this case, the evil forces are an inter-dimensional penguin army bent […]
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G-Con UK Gundam Fan Convention Postponed To September

by Grant Whiteon April 24, 2016
Originally planned for this April, Leeds based Gunpla importer Japan-Cool have updated the official website for the G-Con UK Gundam fan convention to reveal the event has currently been postponed to this September, citing issues with securing a venue and time needed to secure rights from Sunrise for screenings at the event. An ambitious attempt […]

Pokemon TV App Now Includes The Latest Season

Pokemon TV App Now Includes The Latest Season

by Peter Paltridgeon April 20, 2016
The Pokemon TV series, now old enough to buy a gun, moved on to its latest season last February, yet the Pokemon TV app had not — until now. That’s why The Pokemon Company sent us this press release informing the masses that episodes from the current season of Pokemon, which is called XYZ, are […]
Black Lagoon

Review: “Black Lagoon Complete Series Blu-ray” – Anime Painted Black

by macattackon April 8, 2016
Black Lagoon is one of those rare anime series that is more popular on American shores than in its native Japan. Over the years, there have been a lot of debates as to why Black Lagoon is one of the rare shows to join the small pantheon of anime like Cowboy Bebop and Trigun that have […]

Kabaneri

Amazon to Stream “Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress” Starting April 7, 2016

by Ed Liuon April 6, 2016
Beginning April 7, 2016, Prime Video customers in the United States, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom will have unlimited streaming of Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress. Amazon will stream Fuji TV’s popular “noitaminA” anime programming exclusively for Prime Video customers. Amazon’s first global, the upcoming series will also be the first Japanese programming made […]
Astonishing Retro Anime Animations, Created By One Man

Astonishing Retro Anime Animations, Created By One Man

by Peter Paltridgeon April 5, 2016
If you’ve never heard of a man named Paul Johnson, you’re in for a treat today. Johnson is exceptionally skilled at recreating the hyper-detailed, shaded-to-an-obsessive-degree animation of 1980’s anime OVAs. The downside is that no one hires him to do it, so he has to work on his creations in his off-hours. Last year he […]

No Objections Here: Ace Attorney Anime Begins Streaming Tomorrow

No Objections Here: Ace Attorney Anime Begins Streaming Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon April 1, 2016
You may have heard Phoenix Wright, his perky psychic assistant Maya, the goofy Gumshoe and other characters are coming to animation in their own weekly anime series. What you might not know is that you’re getting them as soon as tomorrow! Crunchyroll begins streaming the subtitled version of Ace Attorney tomorrow beginning at 4 AM […]
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“My Hero Academia” Premieres At Funimation Launch Party

by Peter Paltridgeon April 1, 2016
My Hero Academia, the new anime based on the superhero manga series by Kohei Horikoshi, is about to premiere its dub. Funimation holds the US broadcast rights, and they want the world to know. Hence this big party! Anyone can attend on April 3 by tuning in to the livestream on www.funimation.com/myheroclass. There will be […]

FLCL

FLCL Renewed For Second Season, 16 Years Later

by Peter Paltridgeon March 24, 2016
Well, that took a while, but I’m glad they finally came to a decision — it was on the bubble for so long. Yes, of all the things you never thought could continue….the hyperfrenetic, crazy, mad, insane OVA known as Fooly Cooly, or FLCL for short, will get a second season twice as long as […]
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Funimation Has A New Streaming App

by Peter Paltridgeon March 7, 2016
Funimation is currently the leading anime licensor in the US, holding the US distribution rights to Dragon Ball Z, Attack On Titan, Cowboy Bebop and many other iconic properties. They’re so big, in fact, that they’re about to take on Crunchyroll with their own anime streaming app, FunimationNow. All one needs to use FunimationNow is […]